PayPal will pay $7.7 million to settle charges by the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control that it violated trade sanctions against Iran, Sudan, and Cuba.
Ukrainian police interrupted a televised cabinet meeting Wednesday and marched two officials away in handcuffs for suspected graft.
Sri Lanka this month became the latest of at least five countries to shut down huge China-backed infrastructure and telecoms projects tainted by allegations of corruption.
The DOJ and Commerce Department said Wednesday a unit of Paris-based Schlumberger Ltd. has agreed to plead guilty and pay a $232.7 million penalty for conspiracy to violate trade sanctions with Iran and Sudan.
As we mentioned in an earlier post on the FCPA Blog, on March 18 Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff issued a presidential decree regulating the Clean Company Act, as a part of a series of anti-corruption measures to counter the increasing number of protests against the federal government.
Interpol -- the International Criminal Police Organization -- isn't a police force. It's an information clearing house that promotes international police cooperation.
We're always glad to hear from Roy Snell. He's the CEO of the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics and its sister organization, the Health Care Compliance Association. He told us Monday the SCCE/HCCA had just reached a combined 15,000 members.
A ex-Bechtel Corporation vice president was sentenced Monday to 42 months in prison for taking $5.2 million in kickbacks to rig bids for state-run power contracts in Egypt.